Irvingites

Irvingites, the name given to the Catholic Apostolic Church as founded by Edward Irving, which is repudiated by them, as disclaiming all earthly leadership; their ministry is after the Apostolic order, includes prophets, evangelists, and pastors, and they employ material symbols in their worship besides those of water in baptism and wine in communion, such as incense; the Eucharist they regard as a sacrifice, and they believe in the permanency of the spiritual gifts of the primitive Church.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Irving, Washington * Isaac
Ironclads
Ironsides
Irony
Irony, Socratic
Iroquois
Irreducible Case
Irtish
Irving, Edward
Irving, Sir Henry
Irving, Washington
Irvingites
Isaac
Issac I., Comnenus
Issac II., Angelus
Isac of York
Isabella
Isabella II.
Isabey Jean Baptiste
Isæus
Isaiah
Isaiah, The Ascension of

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